Serre Chevalier is one of France’s largest ski resorts with 250km of pistes and some of the best tree-skiing in the French Alps – an abundance of widely-spaced larch trees have a lot to do with this. Amazingly, the resort remains relatively undiscovered, so you can expect quiet pistes even in peak weeks, great value for money and southern alpine sunshine.

Serre Chevalier spans between the medieval town of Briançon at 1200m and the alpine spa village of Le Monêtier les Bains at 1500m. The highest lift accesses pistes and off-piste itinerary routes from 2830m altitude, and the off-piste mecca La Grave La Meije is just a 25 minute drive away.

Find the lesson that suits you in our Serre Chevalier Ski School.